Hours and admission
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11:00 – 17:00 (Closed on Mondays)
Admission fees and tickets:
Adults SEK 120
Free admission for young people aged under 18
Senior citizens SEK 60
Students SEK 60
Season ticket SEK 300
Free admission for members of other museum associations
Free admission for members of the Museum Support Association
How to find us
The new museum is located in the newly renovated Gasworks District in Norra Djurgårdsstaden, Stockholm. The impressive building that houses the museum, designed by Ferdinand Boberg in 1893, is worth a visit in its own right. There are also parks, restaurants and other activities in the neighbourhood. It is easy to reach by public transport, bike, car or on foot.
Address: Gasverkstorget 1, 115 42 Stockholm
You can plan your journey at sl.se or on Google maps.
Preparing for your visit
Lunch bag room
You can eat any food that you bring with you on the 2nd floor, where microwave ovens are also available. The lunch bag room is primarily intended for groups with their own food.
Lock your bags and backpacks in one of the lockers located next to the cloakroom.
The museum’s lift serves all floors and is large enough for a wheelchair or a mobility scooter. Door width: 110 cm.
The museum is as accessible as possible to people with mobility impairments, impaired hearing and impaired vision.
For reasons of safety, please park your stroller in our stroller parking area.We would be happy to lend you a baby carrier or a small stroller if necessary.There are lots of places in the museum where you might get hurt - high places, hard materials and places that are easy to climb. For this reason, we kindly ask adults to accompany their children throughout the visit.
Information for schools
The contents of the exhibitions at the Transport Museum have been designed for compatibility with the compulsory school curriculum. Please contact email@example.com for more information. From May 2022, it will be possible to book an educator-led tour of the museum.
The Transport Museum’s collections feature nearly 70 vehicles, 20,000 drawings and 10,000 other objects as well as 500,000 photos, 30,000 of which have been digitised. The digital collections are currently available on the museum’s old website. The collections will be available on this website as soon as possible.